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Missing Girl’s Body Retrieved From Jhelum After Three Month’s

The body of a 19-year-old girl, Mehwish Mushtaq, who had tragically jumped into the Jhelum River in Sopore town three months ago, was discovered today in the Drabgbal area of North Kashmir’s Baramulla District.

The retrieval of her remains brings a somber conclusion to a months-long search effort. Mehwish Mushtaq, daughter of Mushtaq Ahmed Wani of Harwan Sopore, had been missing since the incident occurred.

According to reports from a police official speaking to news agency Wattan daily, the River Police were responsible for recovering Mehwish’s body from the water.

The official also mentioned that following legal and medical procedures, the body will be released to the family for funeral rites. This discovery marks the end of a lengthy period of uncertainty for Mehwish’s loved ones.

The officer further noted that a case related to Mehwish Mushtaq’s disappearance had already been registered at the police station in Sopore. The tragic incident has undoubtedly left the community in shock and mourning. The circumstances surrounding Mehwish’s decision to jump into the river remain unclear, leaving lingering questions for investigators and the community alike.

As the investigation progresses, authorities will likely seek to understand the events leading up to Mehwish’s tragic demise. The discovery of her body underscores the importance of ongoing efforts to prevent such incidents and provide support to individuals facing mental health challenges. The community mourns the loss of a young life and extends condolences to Mehwish Mushtaq’s family and friends during this difficult time.

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